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Table 1 Socio demographics by social context, and gender: Means (Range), SD / Frequencies (Percent)

From: The interplay of gender, social context, and long-term unemployment effects on subjective health trajectories

  East West
Female Male Female Male
Age 40.05 (18–65),
SD = 12.77
40.23 (18–65),
SD = 12.79
39.13 (18–65),
SD = 13.29
38.31 (18–65),
SD = 13.40
Household income 1372.20 (179–3835),
SD = 564.18
1459.82 (179–3835),
SD = 592.58
2056.28 (0–10,737),
SD = 1066.66
2158.08 (256–10,737),
SD = 1004.38
Partnership Status
 In partnership 1273 (73.25) 1242 (73.02) 1992 (68.06) 1818 (63.06)
 Not in partnership 465 (26.75) 459 (26.98) 935 (31.94) 1065 (36.94)
Education
 Low 1234 (69.40) 1100 (64.21) 3356 (84.36) 3129 (78.03)
 Middle 66 (3.71) 215 (12.55) 387 (9.73) 441 (11.00)
 High 478 (26.88) 398 (23.23) 235 (5.91) 440 (10.97)
Employment type
 Not employed 395 (28.66) 177 (15.39) 1171 (36.29) 324 (11.52)
 Full-time 772 (56.02) 1060 (92.17) 1194 (37.00) 2590 (92.07)
 Part-time 167 (12.12) 48 (4.17) 662 (20.51) 49 (1.74)
 Vocational Training 36 (2.61) 22 (1.91) 87 (2.70) 95 (3.38)
 Marginally Employed 8 (0.58) 6 (0.52) 90 (2.79) 40 (1.42)
ST unemployment
 Yes 341 (19.02) 241 (13.98) 202 (4.96) 211 (5.16)
 No 1452 (80.98) 1483 (86.02) 3872 (95.04) 3882 (94.84)
LT unemployment
 Yes 114 (6.36) 57 (3.31) 50 (1.23) 85 (2.08)
 No 1679 (93.64) 1667 (96.69) 4024 (98.77) 4008 (97.92)
Unemployed 1993
 Yes 327 (19.87) 207 (5.49) 185 (12.04) 219 (5.76)
 No 1319 (80.13) 3565 (94.51) 1351 (87.96) 3583 (94.24)
Unemployed 1994
 Yes 325 (20.41) 204 (5.65) 218 (14.45) 272 (7.57)
 No 1267 (79.59) 3407 (94.35) 1291 (85.55) 3323 (92.43)
Unemployed 1995
 Yes 274 (17.96) 210 (14.22) 155 (4.54) 242 (7.06)
 No 1252 (82.04) 1267 (85.78) 3257 (95.46) 3184 (92.94)
Unemployed 1996
 Yes 254 (17.39) 169 (12.57) 186 (5.70) 229 (7.13)
 No 1207 (82.61) 1176 (87.43) 3078 (94.30) 2983 (92.87)
  1. ST unemployment: registered unemployed in 1991 or 1992, LT unemployment: registered unemployed in 1991 and 1992; N.B. The data for the control variables (age, household income, partnership status, education, employment type) and social context comes from wave 1992